An ambitious young striker from Largs has shown true commitment to the cause by cancelling part of his holiday to take part in a football match which attract top coaches from the game,

Aaron Quigg has put himself in full focus for a move after appearing on Sky Sports News, explaining the reason why he has had cut his holiday short in order to appear in the special matchday.

Every summer, out of contract players in Scotland are given the opportunity to impress managers and scouts at a trial game in a 'talent showcase'.

Aaron has put himself in the spotlight after being released by Kilmarnock in the summer and was interviewed on Sky Sports News, revealing he had cut short his trip to Miami to take part in the event.

He said: "I've committed my whole life to football so I wasn't going to waste this opportunity just for an extra week in Florida. 

"So I am determined to try and prove myself because I know inside I am good enough so it is all about getting out there and proving myself and trying to get a deal."

The talent showcase match is eagerly anticipated every summer and has already resulted in some key moves for players taking place in recent years.

Previous success stories include the likes of Finn Yates, originally from Aberdeen youth team, played in the unbeaten Falkirk FC team last season and got into the PFA Scotland League One team of the year.

PFA Scotland's Craig Beattie told Sky Sports it was a big opportunity for talented young players to shine in the game and impress other clubs.

He said: "Basically it is for players who have been released from their contracts, the vast majority have come out of elite level academies, and they have trained Monday to Friday, before taking part in the match.

"We have enjoyed what we have seen so far, and we have already had huge successes, including players who have finished the season as league champions, so I am confident that players taking part can go on to have success stories."

Aaron is the son of former Largs Thistle striker Stephen Quigg who also featured for Arthurlie and Kilwinning Rangers, and also enjoyed a stint at Clydebank.